Saskatchewan investor visa

Saskatchewan investor visa

Saskatchewan is conveniently located in the center of Canada, two days journey from the United States. You should also consider starting a business in this prairie province because it has the third largest percentage of young workers in Canada. Unlike other provinces that are suffering heavily from an aging workforce, in Saskatchewan, you will have your pick of skilled workers to help your business succeed.

Saskatchewan Entrepreneur Category

Minimum entry criteria

You must:

  • have a minimum net worth of $500,000 CAD;
  • have at least three years of business management or entrepreneurial experience gained within the past 10 years; and
  • have the intention to invest at least $300,000 CAD if your business is located in Regina or Saskatoon. If it is located anyhwere else, you only need to make a $200,000 investment.
Business Establishment Plan requirements

Your Business Establishment Plan must include:

  • your plan to start a business in Saskatchewan;
  • your ownership of minimum one-third of the business unless you invest at least $1,000,000 CAD in the business;
  • your commitment to play an active and ongoing role in the daily management of the business; and
  • the creation of two jobs for permanent residents or citizens of Canada in Saskatchewan if your new business is in Regina or Saskatoon.

Saskatchewan Farm Owner and Operator Category

You must have a personal net worth of $500,000 CAD or more.
You must sign a performance agreement showing your commitment to buying and actively operating a farm in Saskatchewan.
You must complete an exploratory visit to the province for at least five working days.
You need to be able to prove that you have farm operation knowledge and experience.
You need to have a proposal for a commercial farming opportunity.

Saskatchewan Farm Owners and Operators – Young Farmer Stream


You must have a personal net worth of $300,000 CAD or more.
You must be younger than 40.
You must have a minimum of three years of experience in farm ownership, farm management or practical farming experience.
You must submit a proposal for a commercial farming opportunity in Saskatchewan.
You or your spouse must be employable so that you can supplement your farming income.

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